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Zinman Atomic Energy collection

Print Collection 46

This is a finding aid. It is a description of archival material held at the University of Pennsylvania. Unless otherwise noted, the materials described below are physically available in our reading room, and not digitally available through the web.

Summary Information

Repository:
University of Pennsylvania: Kislak Center for Special Collections, Rare Books and Manuscripts
Title:
Zinman Atomic Energy collection
Date [inclusive]:
1920-1997
Call Number:
Print Collection 46
Extent:
3 linear feet (3 boxes)
Language:
English
Language Note:
The bulk of the collection is in English, however, there are a few items in German and in Spanish.
Abstract:
This collection contains published material relating to atomic energy and the atomic age.
Cite as:
Zinman Atomic Energy collection, 1920-1997, Print Collection 46, Kislak Center for Special Collections, Rare Books and Manuscripts, University of Pennsylvania
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Biography/History

Michael Zinman, a private collector, collects a wide variety of material including early American imprints, trade bindings, canvassing books, World's Fair publications and ephemera, and books relating to atomic energy and the atomic age.

Scope and Contents

This collection contains published material relating to atomic energy and the atomic age. These volumes are arranged alphabetically by author and can also be searched in the Franklin catalog as the Zinman Atomic Energy Collection.

Administrative Information

Publication Information

University of Pennsylvania: Kislak Center for Special Collections, Rare Books and Manuscripts,  2018 July 23

Finding Aid Author

Finding aid prepared by Alexandra Wilder and Jerry Leska

Access Restrictions

This collection is open for research use.

Use Restrictions

Copyright restrictions may exist. For most library holdings, the Trustees of the University of Pennsylvania do not hold copyright. It is the responsibility of the requester to seek permission from the holder of the copyright to reproduce material from the Kislak Center for Special Collections, Rare Books and Manuscripts.

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Controlled Access Headings

Corporate Name(s)
  • U.S. Atomic Energy Commission.
Form/Genre(s)
  • Books
  • Government publications
  • Publications (documents)
Subject(s)
  • Antinuclear movement
  • Atomic bomb
  • Civil defense
  • Fallout shelters
  • Nuclear disarmament
  • Nuclear energy
  • Nuclear physics
  • Nuclear weapons
  • Political science
  • Science

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Collection Inventory

Box Folder

The first pile, by Corbin Allardice and Edward R. Trapnell, (Oak Ridge, Tenn. : United States Atomic Energy Commission, Division of Technical Information), 1949.

3 5

First there was the bomb--then came atoms for peace : a resource magazine, produced by the Abalone Alliance and the U.C. Nuclear Weapons Labs Conversion Project, (San Francisco : First There Was the Bomb), 1980.

1 1

Welfare or warfare? : cutting the cost of militarism - what Labour should do, [written by Frank Allaun [and others]], forward by Ken Livingstone, ([Great Britain] : Labour Action for Peace), 1988.

2 4

Steel shelters for fallout protection, prepared by American Iron and Steel Institute, ([New York] : The Institute), circa 1961.

1 3

Halt humanity's drift towards nuclear disaster, statement by the General Secretary of the CPSU Central Committee and Presidium of the USSR Supreme Soviet, Yuri Andropov, on 28 September 1983, (Berlin : Panorama DDR), circa 1983-1984.

2 40

Technological madness : towards a theory of the impending nuclear holocaust, by Ronald Aronson, (London : Menard Press), 1983.

1 4

Nuclear fission : Nuclear fusion : Beyond fusion, by Isaac Asimov, ([Washington, D.C.] United States Atomic Energy Commission, Office of Information Services), 1972.

1 4

Atomic attack : can Britain be defended?, Association of Scientific Workers Atomic Sciences Committee, ([London] : Association of Scientific Workers), 1950.

1 5

The atomic bomb, by the Atomic scientists of Chicago, ([Chicago] : Atomic Scientists of Chicago), circa 1946.

1 6

The atomic bomb : facts and implications, by the Atomic Scientists of Chicago, ([Chicago] : Atomic Scientists of Chicago), 1946.

1 6

Radioisotopes in industry, by Philip S. Baker and others, part of the Understanding the Atom series, (Oak Ridge, Tenn. : United States Atomic Energy Commission, Division of Technical Information), 1965.

3 3

A report on the international control of atomic energy, prepared for the Secretary of State's Committee on Atomic Energy by a board of consultants, including Chester I. Barnard, Dr. J.R. Oppenheimer, Dr. Charles A. Thomas [and others] ; with a preface by Dr. I.I. Rabi, (Garden City, N.Y. : Doubleday & Co.), 1946.

1 7

Nuclear war in Europe? : a Bundeswehr general's attitude, by Gert Bastian, (Helsinki, Finland : Information Centre of the World Peace Council), circa 1981.

1 7

Nondestructive testing, by Harold Berger, ([Oak Ridge, Tenn.] : United States Atomic Energy Commission, Division of Technical Information), circa 1965.

1 8

"Way-out world of antimatter," by James R. Berry, (Chicago : Popular Mechanics), circa 1965.

1 8

The atom and the charter, by P.M.S. Blackett, ([London] : Fabian Publications Ltd in conjunction with V Gollancz Ltd.), 1946.

1 9

Iraq's weapons of mass destruction : the assessment of the British government, [foreword by the Prime Minister], Tony Blair, ([London] : SO), circa 2002.

1 11

Questions and answers about nuclear tests, [prepared by Coleman Blease and others], (San Francisco : Friends Committee on Legislation), circa 1957.

1 33

The doctor and the atomic war or What you should know about the atomic bomb, by R. W. Bliss, (Washington, D.C. : OTSG), undated.

1 10

Atomic bombs and human beings, by Arthur Booth, (London : Quaker Peace & Service), 1979.

1 1

The ABC's of radiation, Brookhaven National Laboratory, (Upton, NY : Brookhaven National Laboratory), 1949.

1 12

Atomic diplomacy : a threat to world peace, by Tim Buck, (Toronto : Labor-Progressive Party), circa 1945.

1 13

The Soviet Union on disarmament, message from N.A. Bulganin to Sir Anthony Eden, 6 June 1956 : Soviet Government statement 14 May 1956., ([London] : Soviet News), circa 1956.

1 14

The valley path : CND and the Cold War, by Rip Bulkeley, (Oxford : Fox and Lathern Press), 1985.

1 14

Ban those bombs, by E.H.S. Burhop, (London : British Peace Committee), circa 1954.

1 14

Operation survival!, by Al Capp, (New York, N.Y. : Graphic Information Service Inc.), 1957.

1 20

Nuclear testing : dangers in the '70s, by April Carter, ([London] : Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament), circa 1971.

1 15
Drawer Folder

"KBG Museum Hails Oppenheimer as Cold War Hero," by Michael Chapman in Human Events, Volume 53, No. 24, (Washington, D.C. : Human Events Publishing, Inc.), 1997.

107 2
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Liberalism defence and disarmament : a radical perspective, edited by Peter Chivall, (Hebden Bridge : Association of Liberal Councillors), 1984.

1 17

Atoms for war : how nuclear energy fuels the arms race, by Howard Clark, (London : Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament), 1982.

1 18

No Cruise Missiles - no SS20's : European nuclear disarmament, by Ken Coates, (Nottingham : Bertrand Russell Peace Foundation), 1981.

1 19

Fallout from nuclear tests, by C.L. Comar, (Oak Ridge, Tenn. : United States Atomic Energy Commission Division of Technical Information), circa 1963.

1 19

A Twenty-year review of medical findings in a Marshallese population accidentally exposed to radioactive fallout, by Robert A. Conard [and others], (Upton, N.Y. : Brookhaven National Laboratory), 1975.

1 20

Computers, by William R. Corliss, (Oak Ridge, Tenn. : United States Atomic Energy Commission, Division of Technical Information), 1966.

1 22

Conversión directa de la energía, by William R. Corliss, (Oak Ridge, Tenn. : United States Atomic Energy Commission), 1964.

1 22

Direct conversion of energy, by William R. Corliss, (Oak Ridge, Tenn. : United States Atomic Energy Commission, Division of Technical Information), circa 1964.

1 22

Nuclear propulsion for space, by William R. Corliss, (Oak Ridge, Tenn. : United States Atomic Energy Commission, Division of Technical Information), 1967.

1 22

Power reactors in small packages, by William R. Corliss, (Oak Ridge, Tenn. : United States Atomic Energy Commission, Division of Technical Information), 1964.

1 22

"Hiroshima ten years after : an editorial," by [Norman Cousins] in Saturday Review, (New York : Saturday Review Associates), 1955.

2 32

"Modern man is obsolete," by Norman Cousins, in Saturday Review, (New York : Saturday Review Associates), 1945.

2 32

Nuestro mundo atomico : la historia de la energia atomica, by C. J. Craven, (Oak Ridge, Tenn. : United States Atomic Energy Commission, Division of Technical Information), circa 1963.

1 22

Survival under atomic attack, issued by the Detroit Office of Civil Defense, (Detroit, Mich. : Detroit Office of Civil Defense), circa 1950.

1 23

Missiles, reactors and civil liberties : against the nuclear state, edited by Gari Donn, (Glasgow : Scottish Council for Civil Liberties), circa 1981.

1 24

Nuclear power and merchant shipping, by Warren H. Donnelly, (Oak Ridge, Tenn. : United States Atomic Energy Commission, Division of Technical Information), circa 1964.

1 24

Radioactive Contamination of Certain Areas in the Pacific Ocean from Nuclear Tests: A summary of the Data from the Radiological Surveys and Medical Examinations, edited by Gordon M. Dunning, United States Atomic Energy Commission, (Washington, D.C. : United States Government Printing Office).

3 1

"Containing the nuclear threat" and "Nuclear non-proliferation," articles in Economist, (London : The Economist), 1995.

1 25

You and the bomb, by Cecil Edwards, ([Melbourne] : FW Cheshire), circa 1945.

1 26

Nuclear power : nuclear weapons : the deadly connection, by Rob Edwards, (London : Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament), 1985.

1 26

"Atomic energy," articles from the Encyclopedia Americana, (New York, N.Y. : Americana Corp.), circa 1946.

1 27

Arms, jobs, and the crisis, Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament, [compiled by Betty England], ([London] : Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament), circa 1976.

1 16

British nuclear disarmament : why we need action not words, by Betty England, (London : Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament), circa 1980.

1 26

Russia and the atomic bomb, by S. G. Evans, ([London] : British-Soviet Society), circa 1949.

1 28

Nuclear clocks, by Henry Faul, (Oak Ridge, Tenn. : United States Atomic Energy Commission, Division of Technical Information), circa 1966.

1 29

'The people's scenario' : averting a nuclear holocaust in a northern seaport, by Ray Flint, ([Hull] : Ray Flint), 1982.

1 30

"Atomic power through consciousness," by Raywood Frazier, (Los Angeles : Heritage Manor), 1946.

1 31

Prophecy Today: "The Coming War" When, Where, and Those Who Will Survive It, by Leland F. Freeborn, (Uparowan, UT : Millennial Press of Zion), 1980.

1 32

Your body and radiation, by Norman A. Frigerio, (Washington, D.C. : United States Atomic Energy Commission, Division of Technical Information), circa 1966.

1 33

Adventures inside the atom : the story of nuclear energy, by General Electric Company, (Schenechtady, New York : General Electric Company), circa 1948.

1 34

"Hiroshima : Showtime takes a look back at one of the most controversial events of the 20th century," by Melanie Gettys in OnSat, (Shelby, NC : Triple D Inc.), 1995 July 31-August 6.

2 19

The Politics of atomic energy, by Harry D. Gideonse, Raymond B. Fosdick, William F. Ogburn, [and] Frederick L. Schuman, (New York, N.Y. : The Woodrow Wilson Foundation), circa 1946.

1 34

Controlled Nuclear Fusion, by Samuel Glasstone, part of Understanding the Atom Series, (Oak Ridge, Tenn. : United States Atomic Energy Commission, Division of Technical Information Extension), 1964 June.

3 3

Labour and the Bomb: The Fight for Peace after the Summit Conference, by John Gollan, (London : Communist Party of Great Britain), undated.

1 35

The Miracle of Atomics: An Atomic Minute Book, edited by Bernard R. Gray, (New York : Gray Publishing Co., Inc.), 1945.

1 37

The effects of the atomic bomb at Hiroshima and Nagasaki : report of the British Mission to Japan, (London : His Majesty's Stationery Office), 1946.

1 11

A time for decision : Labour and disarmament, by David Griffiths, ([London] : Labour CND [1977]), circa 1977.

1 37

Rare earths : the fraternal fifteen, by Karl A. Gschneidner, Jr., part of the Understanding the Atom series, (Oak Ridge, Tenn. : United States Atomic Energy Commission, Division of Technical Information), circa 1964.

3 3

"Daily Worker on the atom bomb," reprint of three articles by J.B.S. Haldane, S. Lilley, William Rust, (London : Daily Worker League), circa 1945.

1 38

MX in Nevada : a humanistic perspective, by Francis X. Hartigan, editor, (Reno, Nev. : Sponsored by the Center for Religion and Life funded by the Nevada Humanities Committee), 1980.

2 14

American scientist no. 996 : the story of Morton Sobell, by A.A. Heller, (New York, N.Y. : AA Heller), circa 1955.

1 39

The atomic bomb and the end of the world, by W.D. Herrstrom, (Faribault, MN : Bible News Flashes), 1945.

1 39

"Hiroshima," by John Hersey, a reporter at large, reprinted from The New Yorker, (New York : F R Publishing Corporation), 1946.

1 39

Atomic pioneers: Book 1: From Ancient Greece to the 19th Century, by Ray and Roselyn Hiebert, ([Oak Ridge, Tenn.] : United States Atomic Energy Commission, Division of Technical Information Extension), circa 1970.

1 40

Atomic challenge, by William A. Higinbotham, Ernest K. Lindley, (New York : Foreign Policy Association), 1947.

1 40

Atomic fuel, by John F. Hogerton, (Oak Ridge, Tenn. : United States Atomic Energy Commission, Division of Technical Information Extension), 1963.

1 41

Atomic power safety, by John F. Hogerton, United States Atomic Energy Commission, (Oak Ridge, Tenn. : United States Atomic Energy Commission Division of Technical Information), circa 1964.

1 41

Combustibles nucleares, by John F. Hogerton, (Oak Ridge, Tenn. : United States Atomic Energy Commission), 1963.

1 41

Nuclear reactors, by John F. Hogerton, (Oak Ridge, Tenn. : United States Atomic Energy Commission, Division of Technical Information), circa 1964.

1 41

Nuclear reactors, by John F. Hogerton, ([Oak Ridge, Tenn.] : United States Atomic Energy Commission, Division of Technical Information), circa 1965.

1 41

Reactores nucleares, por John F. Hogerton, (Oak Ridge, Tenn. : Comision de Energia Atomica de los EEUU Division de Informacion Tecnica), 1964.

3 3

Radioisotope experiments in high school biology; an annotated selected bibliography, [by] Evelyn M. Hurlburt, prepared under the auspices of the United States Atomic Energy Commission, Division of Nuclear Education and Training, ([Oak Ridge, Tenn.] : United States Atomic Energy Commission, Division of Technical Information), 1966 September.

3 3

Atomic bombs, by Frank and Doris Hursley, ([Syracuse, N.Y.] : Syracuse University Press), circa 1945.

1 42

Atomic energy exhibit, by the editors of Industrial and Engineering Chemistry [and] Chemical and Engineering News, (Washington, D.C. : American Chemical Society), circa 1946.

1 3

Atomic bomb, by Malcolm Jameson, ([Place of publication not identified] : Bond-Charteris), 1945.

1 43

War in the atomic age? by Walter Karig, (New York : WH Wise), 1946.

1 44

No nuclear weapons : the case for nuclear disarmament, photomontage by Peter Kennard, text by Ric Sissons, (London : Pluto), 1981.

2 37

"Up and atom," by Andrew Kenny in Spectator, (London : The Spectator), 1990.

2 41

Accelerators, by William J. Kernan, (Oak Ridge, Tenn. : United States Atomic Energy Commission, Division of Technical Information), circa 1964.

1 46

Science and the atomic bomb, Key Books, (St. Petersburg, FL : Key Books), 1991.

1 47

Disarmament : the way to secure peace and friendship among nations, report by N.S. Khrushchov Chairman of the U.S.S.R. Council of Ministers to the Supreme Soviet of the U.S.S.R. on January 14th, 1960, (London : Soviet Booklets), 1960.

2 1
Drawer Folder

"The mighty atom," by Jonathan Kilbourn in Yank: The Army Weekly, VJ Issue, Vol. 4, No. 12, (New York : War Department), 1945.

107 3
Box Folder

Atom bomb over Bikini, an eyewitness account by Alfred M. Klein; with chapters on "how the atom bomb was made" and "how the atom bomb works" and containing the official Army and Navy photographs of the event, (Philadelphia : Norris-Haines), 1946.

2 2

Coexistence or no existence : peace or H-bomb annihilation? by Adam Lapin, (New York : New Century Publishers), 1995.

2 3

"The story of the atomic bomb," a series of articles reprinted from the New York Times, by William L. Laurence, ([New York] : New York Times), circa 1945.

2 3

"'We are not helpless' : how we can defend ourselves against atomic weapons," a series of nontechnical articles reprinted from the New York Times, by [William L. Laurence], (New York : New York Times Company), 1950.

2 16
Drawer Folder

"What ended the war : The atomic bomb, according to the Jap premier, threatened the extinction of the Japanese people," in Life, Vol. 19, No. 12, (Chicago, Ill. : Time Inc.), 1945 September 17.

107 3
Box Folder

Los Alamos : beginning of an era, 1943-1945, (Los Alamos, N.M. : Los Alamos National Laboratory, Public Relations Office), circa 1967.

2 5

Nuclear power plants, [by Ray L. Lyerly and Walter Mitchell], (Oak Ridge, Tenn. : United States Atomic Energy Commission, Division of Technical Information), 1967.

2 6

Nuclear terms : a brief glossary, compiled by James D. Lyman, (Oak Ridge, Tenn. : United States Atomic Energy Commission, Division of Technical Information, Division of Public Information), circa 1964.

2 6

Nuclear terms : a brief glossary, by James D. Lyman, (Oak Ridge, Tenn. : United States Atomic Energy Commission, Division of Technical Information), circa 1966.

2 6

New U.S.S.R. proposals on disarmament, speech by Jacob Malik at the Security Council on February 10, 1949 in support of resolution, (London : Soviet News), 1949.

2 40

One world or none, edited by Dexter Masters and Katharine Way; foreword by Niels Bohr, introduction by Arthur H. Compton; including contributors: H.H. Arnold, Hans Bethe, E.U. Condon [and others], ([New York] : Whittlesey House McGraw-Hill Book Co.), 1946.

2 7

Air service unit, 58th wing : Photographic history, composed and edited by Oscar J. McCarthy and Fred A. Carter, United States Army Air Forces, Composite Group, 509th, (Place of publication not identified : Publisher not identified), 1946.

1 2

Atomic magic : the application and presentation of science fiction to the act of magic, by Ormond McGill, (Chicago : Ireland Magic), 1951.

2 8

Power from radioisotopes, by Robert L. Mead and William R. Corliss, (Oak Ridge, Tenn. : United States Atomic Energy Commission, Division of Technical Information), circa 1966.

2 9

Plutonium, by William N. Miner, (Oak Ridge, Tenn. : United States Atomic Energy Commission, Division of Technical Information), 1964.

2 10

"Atomic Energy," article from Monthly Science News, ([London] : British Council), 1945 November 12.

1 11

"The decision to use the atomic bomb," by Louis Morton, reprinted from Foreign Affairs, Vol. XXV, No. 2, ([Indianapolis] : Bobs-Merrill), 1957.

2 11

What has happened to disarmament? : Annual memorial lecture, April 1968, by R.R. Neild, (London : David Davies Memorial Institute of International Studies), 1968.

2 13

Case Against N.A.T.O. : The danger of the Nuclear Alliances, by Stan Newens, (Nottingham : The Russell Press Ltd.).

2 14

You and civil defense, by New York State, Civil Defense Commission, ([New York, N.Y.] : New York State Civil Defense Commission), circa 1950s.

2 43

You and the atomic bomb : what to do in case of an atomic attack, [prepared by the New York State Civil Defense Commission, Public Information Section, with the assistance of the Commissioners of Health and Safety, New York State, (Albany : The Commission), circa 1950s.

2 15

Survival in a nuclear attack : plan for protection from radioactive fallout, report to Gov. Nelson A. Rockefeller, from the New York State, Committee on Fallout Protection, ([Albany]: [New York State Civil Defense Commission]), circa 1960.

2 15

Report of the Preparatory Commission of the International Atomic Energy Agency : the programme, staff, budget and financing of the Agency during its first year, by the Preparatory Commission of the International Atomic Energy Agency, (New York : IAEA), 1957.

2 29

Facts against the bomb : have you ever wished you were better informed?, ([Nottingham?] : Nottingham for Nuclear Disarmament), circa 1980s.

2 17

Science Lecture Demonstration Program for Secondary Schools: A Reference Guide, conducted by the Oak Ridge Institute of Nuclear Studies, (Oak Ridge, Tenn. : United States Atomic Energy Commission, Division of Technical Information Extension), undated.

3 4

Almighty atom : the real story of atomic energy, by John J. O'Neill, (New York : I Washburn), 1945.

2 18

Physics in the contemporary world, by J. Robert Oppenheimer, (Portland, Maine : Anthoensen Press), 1947.

2 20

Los atomos y la agricultura : Aplicaciones de la ciencia nuclear a la agricultura, by [Thomas S. Osborne], ([Oak Ridge, Tenn.] : USAEC Division de informacion tecnica), circa 1963.

2 21

"Atomic power : will it murder the human race?" by Ray Palmer in Mystic Magazine, (Evanston, Illinois : Palmer Publications), 1955 April.

2 12

"Governor Johnson's atomic bill of rights," by Ray Palmer and "The dagger behind the atomic cloak," by Marion Kirkpatrick, in Mystic Magazine", (Evanston, Illinois : Palmer Publications), 1955 August.

2 12

Euro-missiles and the general balance of NATO and Warsaw Pact forces, by Nino Pasti, (Helsinki, Finland : Information Centre of the World Peace Council), circa 1980.

2 23

Towards a new defence policy, by Geoffrey Pattie, (London : Conservative Political Centre), circa 1976.

2 24

Atomic energy and social progress, by William Paul, (London : Communist Party), circa 1946.

2 24
Drawer Folder

"Can the atom bomb be stopped?," by James L. R. Peck in Air Trails Pictorial, (New York, N.Y. : Street & Smith Publications), 1946 August.

107 1
Box Folder

Towards the final abyss : the state of the nuclear arms race, by Michael Pentz, ([Place of publication not identified] : JD Bernal Peace Library), circa 1980-1981.

2 24

Misteri e storia dell'atomo : come si è giunti alla "bomba atomica," by Giuseppe Pierotti, (Firenze : Nerbini Editore), 1945.

2 25

What do we do after we've shown the war game : A Disarmament Action Manual, by Daniel Plesch, (London : Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament), 1982.

2 26

Atoms for peace - not War, foreword by Prof. C.F. Powell, (London : Science for Peace), 1955.

2 33

The case of Morton Sobell, by D.N. Pritt, (New York : National Committee to Secure Justice for Morton Sobell in the Rosenberg Case), circa 1950s.

2 28

"Man's duel with the hydrogen bomb," by Bertrand Russell in Saturday Review, (New York : Saturday Review Associates), 1955.

2 32

"Bakerian lecture : Nuclear constitution of atoms," by E. Rutherford, reprinted from the Proceedings of the Royal Society, A, Volume 97, ([London] : Harrison and Sons]), 1920.

2 30

Towards the nuclear holocaust, by Sir Martin Ryle, (London : Menard Press), 1980.

2 31

The Creation of a Scientist, by Glenn T. Seaborg, ([Oak Ridge, Tenn.] : United States Atomic Energy Commission, Division of Technical Information Extension), 1962 February 8.

2 34

The creative scientist : his training & his role, by Glenn T. Seaborg, ([Oak Ridge, Tenn.] : United States Atomic Energy Commission, Division of Technical Information Extension), circa 1964.

2 34

Laboratory experiments in radiation biology, by Edward I. Shaw, ([Oak Ridge, Tenn.] : United States Atomic Energy Commission, Division of Technical Information), 1965.

2 35

Popular books on nuclear science, compiled by John Sherrod, part of the Understanding the Atom series, ([Oak Ridge, Tenn.] : United States Atomic Energy Commission, Division of Technical Information Extension), circa 1964.

3 4

Superman, "The battle of the atoms," by Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster, (New York : Superman Inc.), 1946.

2 46

Quaker approaches to disarmament : what have we learned? by Nicholas A. Sims, ([London] : Quaker Peace & Service), circa 1985.

2 35

A giant's strength : a three-act drama of the atomic bomb, by Upton Sinclair, (Girard, Kansas : Haldeman-Julius Publications), 1948.

2 36

A general account of the development of methods of using atomic energy for military purposes under the auspices of the United States government, 1940-1945, by H.D. Smyth, (London : Reprinted by HMSO), 1945.

2 38

Excerpt from a general account of the development of methods of using atomic energy for military purposes : under the auspices of the United States government, 1940-1945, by H.D. Smyth, ([West Point : USMA Reproduction plant]), circa 1945.

2 38

Socialism versus Soviet Despotism, issued by the Socialist Labor Party, (New York : Socialist Labor Party), circa 1958-1959.

2 39

Survival is the issue! : survive with socialism or perish with capitalism!, issued by the Socialist Labor Party, (New York : Socialist Labor Party), circa 1959.

2 39

The farce of fallout shelters : a scheme to condition the American people to accept the inevitability of nuclear war, issued by the Socialist Labor Party, (New York : Socialist Labor Party), circa 1960.

2 39

Who speaks for socialism?, issued by the Socialist Labor Party, (New York : Socialist Labor Party), circa 1956.

2 39

The Threat to Europe, by the Soviet Committee for European Security and Co-operation, Scientific Research Council on Peace and Disarmament [translated from the Russian], (Moscow : Progress Publishers), 1981.

2 40

Postscript from Hiroshima, by Rafael Steinberg (advance proof), (London : H Hamilton), 1966.

2 43

"The decision to use the atomic bomb," by Henry L. Stimson, ([New York] : Harper & Bros.), 1947.

1 38

Superboy, including "The Surrender of Superboy!" (No. 110), "The Atomic Superboy!" (No. 115), and "Blackout for Superboy!" (No. 154), D.C. Comics, Inc. , (Sparta, Ill. : National Periodical Publications Inc.), 1964-1969.

2 45

"My trial as a war criminal," by Leo Szilard in The University of Chicago Law Review, Volume 17, Number 1, ([Chicago] : University of Chicago Law School), 1949 Autumn.

1 43

A better future : for defence jobs : a TGWU strategy for arms conversion, Transport and General Workers' Union (Great Britain), (London : TGWU), 1983.

2 47

"The Oppenheimer case : an exchange," by Hans Meyerhoff and Diana Trilling in Partisan Review, (New York : Foundation for Cultural Projects), 1955 Spring.

2 22

"The Oppenheimer case : a reading of the testimony," by Diana Trilling in Partisan Review, (New York : Foundation for Cultural Projects), 1955.

2 22

Manhattan District history : nonscientific aspects of Los Alamos Project Y, 1942 through 1946, written by Edith C. Truslow and edited by Kasha V. Thayer, (Springfield, Va. : National Technical Information Service US Department of Commerce), undated.

2 48

Atomic Energy Commission Official records = Commission de L'Energie Atomique Proce`s-verbaux officiels, meetings number 3 and 4,(Lake Success, N.Y. [etc.] : United Nations), 1946 June 25, 1946 July 3.

3 2

An international bibliography on atomic energy : Volume 1, Political, Economic and Social Aspects and  An international bibliography on atomic energy : Volume 1, Political, Economic and Social Aspects, Supplement No. 1, by the United Nations, Department of Political and Security Council Affairs, Atomic Energy Commission Group , (Lake Success : Atomic Energy Commission Group Deptartment of Security Council Affairs), 1949-1950.

3 2

Rapport du Secrétaire Général sur l'œuvre de l'Organisation, copy in French, by United Nations Secretary-General, (New York : United Nations), 1946 June 30.

3 2

Report of the Secretary-General of the Work of the Organization, copy in English, by United Nations Secretary-General, (New York : United Nations), 1946 June 30.

3 2

Breaking the Atomic Deadlock, issued by the Executive Committee of the United Nations Association, (London : United Nations Association of Great Britain and Northern Ireland), circa 1950.

3 1

The international control of atomic energy, scientific information transmitted to the United Nations Atomic Energy Commission, prepared in the office of Bernard M. Baruch, representative from United States, ([Washington, D.C.] : United States, Department of State), 1946.

3 12

Illustrations of isotope applications (includes reports on industry and physical science), by the United States Atomic Energy Commission, (Oak Ridge, Tenn. : United States Atomic Energy Commission Division of Technical Information Extension), approximately 1964.

3 5

Illustrations of isotope characteristics, by United States Atomic Energy Commission, (Oak Ridge, Tenn. : United States Atomic Energy Commission), circa 1960s.

3 5

Selected readings on atomic energy, by the United States Atomic Energy Commission, (Washington, D.C. : United State Government Printing Office), 1954.

3 4

Atomic energy in use, by United States Atomic Energy Commission, (Washington, D.C. : United States Government Printing Office), 1967 May.

3 4

In the matter of J. Robert Oppenheimer : texts of principal documents and letters of Personnel Security Board, General Manager, Commissioners, Washington D.C. May 27, 1954 through June 29, 1954, United States Atomic Energy Commission, (Washington, D.C. : United States Government Printing Office), 1954.

3 4

Uses of isotopes in medical research, diagnosis and therapy, by the United States Atomic Energy Commission, (Oak Ridge, Tenn. : United States Atomic Energy Commission Division of Technical Information Extension), approximately 1963.

3 5

Radioisotopes, a reprint with revisions from "atomic energy facts," by the United States Atomic Energy Commission, Division of Isotope Development, (Oak Ridge, Tenn. : United States Atomic Energy Commission, Division of Isotopes Development), approximately 1963.

3 5

Selected Bibliography on Atomic Energy, compiled by Technical Information Division, Oak Ridge, Tennessee, (Washington, D.C. : United States Atomic Energy Commission), 1948 April.

3 1

Family of atoms. Hydrogen, (Oak Ridge, Tenn. : United States Atomic Energy Commission, Division of Technical Information Extension), circa 1960s.

3 5

Isotope illustrations : definitions of radioisotopes, prepared by United States Atomic Energy Commission, Division of Licensing and Regulation, Isotopes Extension, (Oak Ridge, Tenn. : United States Atomic Energy Commission), circa 1960s.

3 5

Books on Atomic Energy for Adults and Children, part of Understanding the Atom Series, (Oak Ridge, Tenn. : United States Atomic Energy Commission, Division of Technical Information Extension), 1969.

3 3

The Atomic Energy Commission : its organization and functions, United States Atomic Energy Commission, Division of Technical Information, (Oak Ridge, Tenn. : United States Atomic Energy Commission, Division of Technical Information Extension), 1962 June.

3 4

Permissible dose from external sources of ionizing radiation, Handbook 59, recommendations of the National Committee on Radiation Protection, [prepared by the Subcommittee on Permissible Dose from External Sources], (Washington : United States, Department of Commerce, National Bureau of Standards), 1954.

3 11

Improvements needed in the program for the protection of special nuclear material : report to the Congress [on the] Atomic Energy Commission, by the Comptroller General of the United States, (Washington, D.C. : United States General Accounting Office), 1973.

3 1

Protecting special nuclear material in transit: improvements made and existing problems; report to the Congress, by the United States, Comptroller General, ([Washington, D.C.] : United States General Accounting Office), 1974.

3 1

Analyses of effects of limited nuclear warfare, prepared for Subcommittee on Arms Control, International Organizations and Security Agreements of the Committee on Foreign Relations, United States Senate, (Washington, D.C. : United State Government Printing Office), 1975 September.

3 18

Atomic Energy Patents, hearings before the Subcommittee on Legislation of the Joint Committee on Atomic Energy, Congress of the United States, on April 21, 22, and 23, 1959, (Washington, D.C. : United States Government Printing Office), 1959.

3 7

Glossary of scientific terms relating to atomic energy, a reprint of pages extracted from Senate Report No. 1211, 79th Congress, 2d Session, United States Atomic Energy Commission, (Washington, D.C. : United States Atomic Energy Commission), 1948.

3 4

Biological and environmental effects of nuclear war, summary-analysis of hearings, June 22-26, 1959, Joint Committee on Atomic Energy, Congress of the United States, August 1959, (Washington, D.C. : United States Government Printing Office), 1959.

3 7

Atomic energy act of 1946, hearings before the Special Committee on Atomic Energy, United States Senate, on S. 1717, a bill for the development and control of atomic energy, parts 4 and 5, (Washington, D.C. : United State Government Printing Office), 1946.

3 9

Atomic energy, hearings before the Special Committee on Atomic Energy, United States Senate, pursuant to S. Res. 179, a resolution creating a special committee to investigate problems relating to the development, use, and control of atomic energy, Parts 1, 2, and 3, (Washington, D.C. : United State Government Printing Office), 1945-1946.

3 8

Agreement for cooperation between the United States and the International Atomic Energy Agency: hearing before the Subcommittee on Agreements for Cooperation of the Joint Committee on Atomic Energy, Congress of the United States, Eighty-sixth Congress, first session on agreement for cooperation between the United States and the International Atomic Energy Agency, June 30, 1959, (Washington, D.C. : United State Government Printing Office), 1959.

3 6

Soviet atomic espionage, United States, Congress, Joint Committee on Atomic Energy, (Washington, D.C. : United State Government Printing Office), 1951.

3 6

What to do in atomic attack, Armed Forces Talk 276, by the Office of the Secretary of Defense, (Washington, D.C. : Armed Forces Information and Education Division), 1949 May 9.

3 17

Fallout protected schools, by United States Department of Defense, Office of Civil Defense, ([Washington, D.C.] : United States Government Printing Office), 1967.

3 16

Fallout protection for homes with basements, by the United States Department of Defense, Office of Civil Defense, ([Washington, D.C.] : United States Government Printing Office), 1967 May.

3 16

Fallout protection : what to know and do about nuclear attack, by the United States Department of Defense, Office of Civil Defense, ([Washington, D.C.] : United States Government Printing Office), 1961.

3 16

Survival under atomic attack : the Official United States Government Booklet, issued by United States Department of Defense, Office of Civil Defense, distributed by California Office of Civil Defense, (Sacramento, Calif. : California State Printing Division), 1950.

3 16

Survival under atomic attack : the official U. S. government booklet, issued by the United States Department of Defense, Office of Civil Defense, (Washington, D.C. : United State Government Printing Office), 1950.

3 16

Supplement to National Directory of Architects and Engineers Qualified in Fallout Shelter Analysis, by United States Department of Defense, Office of Civil Defense, ([Washington, D.C.] : United States Government Printing Office), 1963 October.

3 16

Survival under atomic attack : the official U. S. government booklet, issued by the United States Department of Defense, Office of Civil Defense, reprinted for Bell System People, ([Place of publication not identified] : Bell System), circa 1950s.

3 16

What you should know about the National plan for civil defense and defense mobilization, by Executive Office of the President, Office of Civil and Defense Mobilization, (Washington, D.C. : United States Government Printing Office), 1959.

3 17

Nuclear testing and disarmament, address by President Kennedy, (Washington, D.C. : United States Arms Control and Disarmament Agency), 1962.

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United States participation in the International Atomic Energy Agency, message from the President of the United States [John F. Kennedy] transmitting the first, third, and fourth annual reports, (Washington : US Government Printing Office 1st, 1959-1961.

1 45

United States participation in the International Atomic Energy Agency, report by the President [John F. Kennedy] to Congress for the year 1961, ([Washington, D.C.] : United States Government Printing Office), circa 1962.

1 45

The family fallout shelter, by United States Executive Office of the President, Office of Civil and Defense Mobilization, ([Washington, D.C.] : United States Government Printing Office), 1959.

3 17

Guide for civil defense action in the Washington warning area : District of Columbia, Alexandria, Falls Church, Arlington County, and parts of Fairfax County, Montgomery County, and Prince Georges County, by United States, Executive Office of the President, Office of Civil and Defense Mobilization, ([Washington, D.C.] : United States Government Printing Office), circa 1959.

3 17

"Shelter from radioactive fallout," by the Federal Civil Defense Administration in Civil Defense Technical Bulletin: A Digest of Technical Information, TB-5-2, (Washington, D.C. : United State Government Printing Office), 1956 January.

3 13

Target areas for civil defense purposes : their population, principal cities, counties, by the Federal Civil Defense Administration, (Washington, D.C. : United State Government Printing Office), 1953 July 1.

3 13

What you should know about biological warfare : the official U.S. Government booklet, by the Federal Civil Defense Administration, (Washington, D.C. : United State Government Printing Office), 1951.

3 13

Q and A on the nuclear test ban treaty, by the United States Information Service, (London : United States Information Service), circa 1961.

3 14

National security factors in industrial location, by the National Security Resources Board, (Washington, D.C. : United States Government Printing Office), 1948 September.

3 15

Gateway to peace : the Nuclear Test Ban Treaty, a review, by the United States State Department, of the Western and Soviet positions on the Nuclear Test Ban Treaty negotiations, by the United States Information Service, (London : United States Information Service), circa 1961.

3 14

Supreme Court of the United States, October term, 1951. No. 111. Julius Rosenberg and Ethel Rosenberg, petitioners, vs. the United States of America. No. 112. Morton Sobell, petitioner, vs. the United States of America : petitions for writs of certiorari and exhibit thereto, transcript of record, Volume 1, Books 1-4 and Volume 2, Books 1-4, (New York : National Committee to Secure Justice in Rosenberg Case), circa 1952.

3 10

A guide to fallout protection for New York State schools, produced by the University of the State of New York [and] New York State Civil Defense Commission, ([Albany] : [New York State Civil Defense Commission]), circa 1961.

2 15

Conference on Atomic Radiation and the Law, November, 1961, (Chicago, Ill. : University of Chicago Law School), circa 1961.

1 21

Nuclear energy for desalting, by Grace M. Urrows, part of the Understanding the Atom series, ([Oak Ridge, Tenn.] : United States Atomic Energy Commission, Division of Technical Information), 1966 September.

3 20

Ban atomic bomb and reduce armaments, A.Y. Vyshinsky's speech of October 12, 1948 in Paris, (London : Soviet News), 1948.

3 21

Close all U.S. bases, by Bill Wainwright, ([London] : Communist Party), 1958.

3 22

H bomb tests : end them now, by William Wainwright, (London : Communist Party), 1957.

3 22

Who is to blame?, by William Wainwright, ([London] : Communist Party), circa 1962.

3 22

"Suddenly there was a terrific rush of air," by Denis Warner in Spectator, (London : The Spectator), 1995.

2 41

The World Within the Atom, by Charles H. Weaver, (Pittsburgh, PA : Westinghouse Electric Corporation), 1953.

3 23

Comparative nuclear effects of biomedical interest, by Clayton S. White [and others], a Civil Effects Study by United States Atomic Energy Commission, Civil Effects Test Operation, ([Washington, D.C.] : United States Atomic Energy Commission, Division of Biology and Medicine), 1961 January 12.

3 24

Antichrist and the atomic bomb, by Gerald B. Winrod, (Wichita, Kansas : Defender Publishers), 1945.

3 24

Whole body counters, by John H. Woodburn and Frederick W. Lengemann, (Washington, D.C. : United States Atomic Energy Commission, Division of Technical Information), circa 1964.

3 25

Some political consequences of the atomic bomb, a public lecture delivered in the University of Oxford, by E.L. Woodward, (London : Oxford University Press), 1945.

3 25

Implications of advisory opinions by the International Court of Justice on the legal status of nuclear weapons, a discussion paper, by the World Court Project, (Berkshire [England] : World Court Project International Steering Committee), 1955.

3 26

Anatomy of the Nevada Test Site, by Frederick C. Worman, (University of California : Los Alamos Scientific Laboratory), 1965 March.

3 19

Europe and America and, the nuclear shadow, two essays by Lord Zuckerman, (London : Menard Press), 1984.

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"Atom Bomb Created" and "Atomic Bomb Test to Decide Future of Sea Power," unidentified authors, in Guinea Gold, Volume 3, Numbers 262 and 325, ([Australia] : publisher not identified), 1945.

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Atom-Bomben erschüttern die Welt!, Die umwälzendste Erfindung des 20. Jahrhunderts : Die Folgen für jeden Menschen? : Weitere Kriege? : Das Wesentlichste über Atome und Atombomben, by Uranus, (Zürich : Gropengiesser), circa 1945.

3 20

Atomic War, unidentified author, (Canton, OH : Junior Books, Inc.), 1952.

3 28

Cloud chambers for detecting nuclear events, unidentified author, ([Place of Publication not identified] : Publisher not identified), undated.

3 24

Commander Steel traces the stolen seal, unidentified author, Grand slam comics, (Toronto : Anglo-American), 1946.

1 36

Date with danger, Number 6, "Passport to Death," unidentified author, (New York, N.Y. : Standard Magazines), 1953.

1 42

Disarmament, who's against?, unidentified author, [translated from the Russian], (Moscow : Military Pub House), 1983.

2 40

Disavow the use of force, freeze nuclear arms, limit armaments, build confidence and security : on the political declaration of the Warsaw Treaty countries, adopted in Prague in January 1983, unidentified author, ([Berlin] : Panorama DDR), circa 1983.

2 27

Keep weapons out of space!, unidentified author, [translated by Intertext], (Berlin : Panorama DDR), cica 1985.

3 28

The Atomic blast, unidentified author, (Kwajalein Island, Marshall Islands : 58th Wing and 509th Composite Bomb Group Vol. 1, no. 1 (June 15, 1946)-v. 1, no. 6 (July 31, 1946).), 1946 June 15-July 31.

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"The atom Bomb 1945-1950 : a collection," unidentified author, (Arlington, MA : The Printer's Devil), 1951.

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